Wi-Fi AP

Wi-Fi AP

(Wi-Fi Access Point) A Wi-Fi base station. See access point.
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There are a few databases containing hundreds of million unique CIDs and more than 1.5 billion Wi-Fi AP's IDs worldwide and some of them are available publicly such as www.opencellid.org that tells the exact location of a GSM Cell Tower or a WiFi AP on the map with the unique ID.
Using fingerprints from mobile APs for positioning can lead to errors that are several orders of magnitude larger than the usual coverage of a Wi-Fi AP.
The operating principle is to communicate a tag's data by detecting the power level of the power modulated Wi-Fi packets to be reflected or absorbed by backscatter tag, in interconnecting with Wi-Fi device and Wi-Fi AP. This system is able to provide the identification and sensor data of tag on the internet connectivity without requiring extra device for reading data, because this uses an existing Wi-Fi AP infrastructure.
MitraStar will guide customers to experience dramatically increased surfing speed, incredible coverage and seamless connectivity with customized Small Cell and Wi-Fi AP solutions.
Ruckus Wireless has unveiled the Ruckus ZoneFlex R710 access point (AP), the industry's first Wi-Fi AP based on Wave 2 features of the 802.11ac standard that extends Wi-Fi to enable multi-gigabit Wi-Fi performance and unprecedented capacity.
Our Arena controller provides the network focal point for Wi-Fi AP management and access control mediation in order to simplify network management and provisioning.
Wi-Fi interface: 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi AP Tethering supported
Each Wi-Fi AP continuously generates a radio signal with a unique identifier or media access control (MAC) address, which enables mobile devices to identify a specific AP.
Smartphones transmit periodically Wi-Fi probe messages to all 14 channels and send Wi-Fi data messages in the fixed working channel of connected Wi-Fi network when associated with a Wi-Fi AP. Therefore, it is key and significant to detect and find the working channel to monitor in the area of interest.
It comes with certain value-added applications such as built-in router (3G/3.5G/LTE or ADSL), business application integration (MS Office), Meet Me conferencing with 64 parties, enhanced messaging (voice mail, instant messaging, integrated e-mail), call center, data switch (8/16 ports), and 802.11n Wi-Fi AP other than standard telephony features.
Both cellular and Wi-Fi networks use algorithms to transfer connectivity from one infrastructure device, such as cellular base station or Wi-Fi AP, to another as connection conditions require.